- Giu·lio [joo-lyaw] /ˈdʒu lyɔ/, 1903–79, Italian chemist and engineer: Nobel Prize in chemistry 1963.
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Examples from the Web for natta
My first information about Natta was from your letter: I couldn't bear the man.The Letters of Cicero, Volume 1
Marcus Tullius Cicero
Natta was reached in about nine miles, north-east by north from Pia.
But it is yours, Tony; you placed it there for Miss Natta to find.The Liberty Girl
Rena I. Halsey
Ophiura natta is very common, and has been known from very early times in European seas.The Ocean World:
Mr. Burgess told me of a water-hole in a creek, called Natta, nine or ten miles off, where I intend to go next.